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Old 11-25-2020, 02:39 PM
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I am from India. I had overstayed my previous visa in Australia and now I am applying for partner visa offshore.My question is that the people who are wrting my Stat Decs are not aware of my overstay. Will that put them in trouble ? Should they mention that in their statement as a new fact. Will the officer question them about it?


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Old 11-26-2020, 01:19 AM
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Will that put them in trouble ?
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Should they mention that in their statement as a new fact.
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Old 11-26-2020, 03:50 PM
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Thank You so much for your response.I also have another question and would be great if you can help here. On the applicant form,there are 5 questions on page 26 asking for details about diffrent aspects of relationship. Is this different from the relationship statement ? or can i just copy paste the material from the statement onto these boxes and continue with 'please read further in the statement provided'. I am confused here. A lot of people have also mentioned that there is no provision to attach relationship statement once we start uploading the required evidence.

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Thank You so much for your response.I also have another question and would be great if you can help here. On the applicant form,there are 5 questions on page 26 asking for details about diffrent aspects of relationship. Is this different from the relationship statement ? or can i just copy paste the material from the statement onto these boxes and continue with 'please read further in the statement provided'. I am confused here.
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A lot of people have also mentioned that there is no provision to attach relationship statement once we start uploading the required evidence.

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A lot of people are wrong...

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Old 11-27-2020, 12:27 PM
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Hi everyone. I have decided to apply for my 309/100 visa this week after months of collection of documents. Please suggest if the documents I am providing for the 4 aspects are sufficient:

Social Aspect :
- Evidence of me Socialising with my husband's family over 3 years.(photos,family group chats,wedding plans,engagement photos )
-Evidence of my husband socialising with my family (photos, family group chat, greeting cards,video calls screenshots)
-Evidence of being socially ecognised as a couple (photos with friends,chats of people addressing us as couple, joint invitations
-Our past travels,movie tickets,pubs/restuarants evidence in bank statement.
- Social media photos from instagram,facebook.
-Personal photographs of just two of us.

Financial aspect
- Evidence of sharing my bank account with my husband while he was in India
- Evidence of my husband transferring money after he went back to Australia
- Evidence of our family support us on a couple of occassions when we run tight on finance
-Evidence of beneficiary of his superannuation
- Evidence of him as nominee of my health insurance
- Bank statements reflecting incoming salary, rent,utility,social expenditure shared with him from my account (my husband was dependant on me financially in India)
- letter of Financial support from my father indicating that he is willing to support if at all I need any financial help while settling in Australia( if the visa is granted)

Nature of Household
- Evidence of joint living arrangement including photos in the same house, both our chats with the owners,letter from owner,sharing our house photos with friends, friends visiting us.
- Evidence of household chore distribution including chats about picking up grocery or house maintainces along with statement, bills of grocery ordered by both of us to the same address.
- Phone bill indicating that we were under family plan with my other family members and I paid the bill for all.
- Evidence of same address like Uber receipts
- Rental agreements -the lease was under my name however

Nature of Committment
- The wedding plan which got cancelled due to covid
- Evidence of emotional support in sickness, death, parent's surgery
- Long Distance chats current and a couple of months from 3 years ago (videocall screenshots, facebook/whatsapp call-logs and chats)
-Evidence of aligned career goals- both filmmaker and evidence of making films togther which is a big part of what brought us together
-Relationship statement indicating future goals.

THE BIG PROBLEM: I had overstayed my visa in Australia by 9 months and my partner moved with me to India, we got married here and he was living with me until his family member fell extremely ill,hospitalised and is nearing end of life. He went back to Australia for the time being.While he was in India,he couldnt work so he had no bank account or lease under his name.


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Hi Paul. Thanks for your response. However,I did not understand to which question you said YES to because there are two question. Could you please mention briefly about how the boxes need to be filled.


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“ or can i just copy paste the material from the statement onto these boxes and continue with 'please read further in the statement provided'.”

Yes...

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